Have fun Davide...
Hi SPP, glad you liked my test but.. you are ovverating me
At the beginning I installed GoPro Studio to run some test with protune and cineform files. I loaded both on the timeline. My project was using Canopus HQX codec (4:2:2 10 bit as Cineform) which Edius transcode in background while editing. I tried to CC both and I found no differences between them. Cineform files where huge and lighter to edit but once the HQX files were ready no difference at all.
I'm a beginner so maybe I missed something. If I can I try to edit and CC in the same editor.
I found that the best filter/tool for underwater clips is the crominance mask: it let you pick up easily one range of color (e.g. all the water) without touching other part. After that you can apply whatever filter you like to this selection. A simple three wheel color correction to remove that water green cast.
When later I saw the result on my TV I realized I forgot to apply an Unsharp mask. But I was too lazy to reopen the project Anyway you are correct: current edit is way too soft.
I have a DELL U2412M monitor and I'm realizing there is a lot of difference between what I see on my monitor and other TV/computers. It's becoming a problem...